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If the update has _any_ negative karma, the automatic push is disabled.
If the update reaches the "Unstable by Karma" threshold, it will be unpushed, i.e. removed from the _updates-testing_ repository.
The maintainer is free to set the thresholds, but they cannot be lower than the minimum values described below, enforced by Bodhi. The defaults are adequate for most packages, so usually there is no need to modify the thresholds.
*Security updates* are subject to the same thresholds as other updates.
Non-critical path update thresholds
Stable by Karma: minimum +1, default +3, between <<updates-testing-activation>> and <<beta-freeze>> +                        minimum +2, default +3, after <<beta-freeze>> + Unstable by Karma: maximum -1, default -3 + Stable by Time (days): minimum 3, default 3, between <<updates-testing-activation>> and <<beta-freeze>> +                        minimum 7, default 7, after <<beta-freeze>>
Critical path and EPEL update thresholds
"Critical path" updates contain at least one link:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Critical_path_package[critical path package]. + Changes to this definition may only be made by xref:index.adoc[FESCo] or their delegate.
Stable by Karma: minimum +1, default +3, between <<updates-testing-activation>> and <<beta-freeze>> +                        minimum +2, default +3, after <<beta-freeze>> + Unstable by Karma: maximum -1, default -3 + Stable by Time (days): minimum 3, default 3, between <<updates-testing-activation>> and <<beta-freeze>> +                        minimum 14, default 14, after <<beta-freeze>>
Problems or issues with Updates
In an effort to learn from any mistakes made, in the event of a update causing a widespread or serious problem for Fedora users, please file a link:https://pagure.io/fesco/new_issue[FESCo ticket]. FESCo will discuss and try and work to prevent the issue from happening again. A past record of such issues can be found at link:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Updates_Lessons[Updates Lessons].
link:https://openqa.fedoraproject.org[OpenQA] tests critpath updates in stable releases and compose artifacts for Rawhide/branched composes/release candidates.
link:https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/ci/[Fedora CI] runs tests on all Bodhi updates. If package maintainers have marked the tests as blocking, the Bodhi update will be blocked from going stable.